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Dubrovnik Walking the Walls Excursion Reviews

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Walk Dubrovnik's famous walls to gain a new perspective on this medieval paradise.

sueajp

4 reviews

WE took the ship transfer, not an organized tour per se. We got some Kuna and bought tickets to walk the walls. Magnificent!! Need to be in good shape but so worth it. Then we had time to walk the Stradun and have lunch and buy some souvenirs. Not to be missed!


Provider: Princess Cruises

letsgoacruisin

1 review

Skip it. Not worth the money.


Provider: Crystal Cruises

sammygoose

1 review

Paid the 70 kuna and did it ourselves. Available at the east and west gates.

Provider: Independent Operator

luczai

3 reviews

A pleasant experience overall.

Provider: Independent Operator

artist5320

3 reviews

Dubrovnik They had a shuttle to take you into town for $12 round trip that made it easy to reach the city that was about 2 ½ miles away. It was welcome on the hot day we were there. We took the 8:30 am shuttle, as we wanted to walk the walls before it got crowded and hot and it worked out well. There is a ticket office just inside the gate where you buy your tickets for about 70KN ---they take credit cards but not Euros. Waling the walls opened up different views and we found ourselves taking pictures every few steps. There are some refreshment stands on the wall and even a free bathroom about half way around. We walked and got off near the cable car and took that to the top of the nearby mountain. Great view from on top. There is a rest there but we came down and walked on the main street to the Portun Rest. At Sigurate street for pizza and drinks and appreciated the AC. We also had some gelati on the street but it is not real ice cream but made with vegetable fat and so was only 1E. Go off the main street like on Old Puca street and look at the different shops and the art gallery that was bombed during the 1991 wart and see the damage that was done. It was in the 90s so we retreated back to the ship by early afternoon.

Provider: Independent Operator

deecafecruiser

1 review

It provides a wonderful overview of the walled city. However, it was very hot that day so we did not walk the entire perimeter.

Provider: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

mgm53

1 review

We booked a tour through the cruise line but I would recommend just taking the transfer and as soon as you reach the town there are people there organising walking tours for half the price.

Provider: Costa Cruises

missminx7

1 review

Excellent - they couldn't have done anything about the 44' temperature. The only minor problem was with the whisper radios they used. The range was insufficient, and all of them would cut in and out seeminly close enough if we got behind a wall.

Provider: Carnival Cruise Lines

TJblueeyes

1 review

This was unforgettable and Dubrovnik is beautiful. We stayed on our own and took the Carnival shuttle back, which saved which might have been a negative experience. Our tour guide was charming and informative but was a physically fit young man who walked too fast and didn't notice that he left half of our group behind due to the extreme heat and frequent flights of steps. We did opt to stay in Dubrovnik and take the Carnival shuttle back to the ship, because the tour was very short. If I had to do it over, I would take the Carnival shuttle into Dubrovnik and walk the walls on my own at my own pace. But we did love Dubrovnik.

Provider: Carnival Cruise Lines

J&J PDX Cruisers

2 reviews

Terrific tour and extremely scenic. Guide was very knowledgeable and provide some excellent history of the region with a small bit of political background to help set context.

Provider: Celebrity Cruises

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